Corvette Pacifica Joins CorvetteBlogger’s Family of Sponsors

Corvette Pacifica Joins CorvetteBlogger’s Family of Sponsors

Corvette Pacifica Joins CorvetteBlogger's Family of Sponsors is very excited to announce the addition of Corvette Pacifica to our family of sponsors.

Corvette Pacifica is the retail corvette parts and accessories catalog affiliated with EC Products Design, Inc, (the EC stands for “Everything Corvette”). EC Products has been serving Corvette owners and enthusiasts for 25 years and they are the largest distributor of Corvette parts and accessories west of the Mississippi. At Corvette Pacifica, you’ll find parts and accessories for all model years from 1953 through 2013.

With Corvette Pacifica, you can shop for the lowest prices on corvette parts for restoration. You’ll also find huge savings on interior, and restoration parts for corvette generations ranging from C1 to C6. And with Corvette Pacifica’s price match guarantee policy, you’ll never overpay the the quality Corvette parts and accessories needed for your restoration product.

Quality, reliability, dependability and service are the key elemets to the success of Corvette Pacifica. Everything in the Corvette Pacifica catalog is backed with a Guarantee of Quality. Each product is carefully assessed to ensure it’s constructed from the highest quality materials and that it’s offered at the most reasonable price. Every product is offered with a 30-day return period.

Click here to start shopping at and make sure you sign up for their e-flyer which offers the latest promotions and discounts.

If you have questions or are searching for that hard-to-find Corvette part, you can reach them at by telephone at 800-488-7671 Monday-Friday 8am-5pm PST.

So please give Corvette Pacifica a big CorvetteBlogger welcome and when you need parts and accessories for your Corvette, make sure you visit their online catalog.

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